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Tales of Arise development progressing well, second half of series’ 25th anniversary year more exciting than first half

Tales of Arise

Tales of series general producer Yusuke Tomizawa shared an update on Tales of Arise at the start of today’s “Tales of Series 25th Anniversary Special Live Stream.”

Here is the full message from Tomizawa:

“Today, we won’t be able to share new information on our new title for consoles. Development has been underway with all that has been going on in 2020, but a year has passed since we have been able to share new information, so I would like to apologize to everyone again as the year approaches its end.

“To the extent that we were quiet in 2020, we are making preparations to share all sorts of new information in 2021. Development is going very well, so I hope you can hold out a little longer for new information. We’re preparing all sorts of wonderful news that Tales of fans around the world will get excited about, so please keep us in mind.

“In the sense that we’re having our 25th anniversary, would I say that today is a turning point? Today the series is 25 years old. We decided to celebrate the 25th anniversary with you all for two years, so we still have another one left, and I want you all to know that the second half will blow the first half out of the water. I”m sorry I wasn’t able to get into details today, but we’re preparing some really fun things since we’re keeping you waiting so long, so please continue to give us your support.”

Tales of Arise is in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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